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Profile: National Cancer Institute

National Cancer Institute was a participant or observer in the following events:

The National Cancer Institute publishes a study demonstrating that 25,000 workers exposed to formaldehyde had an increased risk of leukemia. The EPA will ignore the results of this study when it creates a new federal rule regulating formaldehyde emissions in February 2004 (see September 2002). [Los Angeles Times, 5/21/2004]

Entity Tags: National Cancer Institute, Environmental Protection Agency

Timeline Tags: US Environmental Record

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